St Michael’s Riverside Studios

53. Sally Davies, Elizabeth Sporne & David Brooke Photography & Painting Sally Davies pushes the boundaries of her own photographs of nature to create striking, surreal images. Elizabeth Sporne paints vibrant landscapes and bold portraits that capture both likeness and character. David Brooke weaves influences of mythology and medieval book illumination together in his distinctive, … Read more

Paul Blow

56. Paul Blow Watercolour & Ink / Mixed & Digital Paul: has worked as an editorial illustrator for the past 20 years with clients including The New York Times, Penguin, The Economist, Greenpeace and Pentagram. He will be selling limited edition signed prints. First Floor, Unit 102, St Michael’s Trading Estate (Behind the Police Station) … Read more

Suzanna Hubbard

56. Suzanna Hubbard Watercolour & Ink / Mixed & Digital I studied illustration at The City & Guilds of London Art School followed by The University of Brighton. Clients include: Radio Times, Homes & Gardens, Tatler, Food Illustrated, BBC Gardeners World, Penguin, Orion Publishing, Pavilion Books & Kingfisher. Showing personal work and observations on “People … Read more

Pippa Evans

41. Pippa Evans Pen, Ink & Oil Paint Pippa is a Bridport based Illustrator-artist. Using predominantly pen and Indian ink as a medium, she focuses her work towards nature and, specifically, the botanical – creating images that allow the viewer to stand and stare into a work, to reveal its’ hidden details and influences. 9 … Read more

Russ Snedker

54. Russ Snedker Mixed Media, Graphite, Pen & Ink & Acrylics In my latest work I explore the fragmentation of life under our skies and below the surface in our rapidly dystopian malaise of water. Using a love of water, geometric shapes, attention to detail and flowing lines over layers of translucent colours and texture … Read more

David Brooke

53. David Brooke Painting David Brooke weaves influences of mythology and medieval book illumination together in his distinctive, well-crafted, imaginative acrylic paintings. Themes for David’s paintings often originate from mythology, although interpreted and embellished by his imagination, sometimes the pictures create the feeling of myth or folk-tale although not based on any actual story. There … Read more